“American Horror Story” has its most-watched finale
“Coven’s” ending attracted 4.2 million.
Jimmy Fallon’s final “Late Night” guests: Andy Samberg, The Muppets
Fallon signs off from “Late Night” one night after Jay Leno, next Friday. The following week, NBC will air “best of” Fallon specials in his timeslot.
TLC orders “My Five Wives”
Yet another polygamist reality show will debut on March 9 with nine episodes.
Can “Parks and Rec” survive without Ann and Chris?
As Vanity Fair notes, Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe’s characters were “the romantic embodiment of the friendship dynamic that ‘Parks and Recreation’ has so deftly celebrated over the years, combining a cheerleader and a skeptic but allowing them both to be unfailingly kind, generous, and funny.”
Rob Schneider is independently producing his own sitcom, co-starring his wife
“Real Rob” will be “an exaggerated version of my life,” says Schneider, whose wife is Mexican, just like in his canceled CBS sitcom “Rob.”
Amanda Knox will talk to “GMA” about being found guilty of murder for 2nd time
Robin Roberts has nabbed an exclusive with Knox for Friday.
“Duck Dynasty” rises
The A&E reality show finally saw some ratings gains this season.
Melissa McCarthy imagines some dragons in new “SNL” promos
Check her out with Imagine Dragons.
Watch Prince give Jess some “New Girl” advice
“That’s stupid.” “You’re stupid.”
Nathan Fillion makes his “Community” debut tonight
Watch him as Greendale’s chief custodian.